Dr Julius Nyiawung

School of Business

Lecturer/Assistant Professor

School of Business
(01) 474 7148


Julius is a Lecturer in Management in the School of Business, Maynooth University. His teaching interests are in the areas of human resource management (HRM), organizational behavior (OB), talent management (TM), industrial relations (IRs), business in society and entrepreneurship. Julius is a graduate of the Innovation Academy Dublin and of UCD Smurfit Business School (PhD). Prior to his PhD studies, he worked for six years in operations and human resources in the transport sector. He has management experience in the higher education sector and extensive involvement in teaching and research at home and abroad. Parallel to working with industry, Julius’s research interests include institutionalism, political economy, talent management, innovation and comparative HRM.

Peer Reviewed Journal

Year Publication
2021 Geary, John & Nyiawung, Julius (2021) 'The Impact of Chinese Investments on Western Multinational Enterprises’ Work and Employment Practices: A Consideration of Institutional, Power and Dominance Effects'. Human Relations, . [Link] [DOI]

Conference Contribution

Year Publication
2019 Nyiawung, Julius (2019) Awarded Best Paper at the 6th Africa Research Group International Conference Leveraging Power from the Shifting Geopolitical Landscape to Shape the Adoption of Indigenous HRM Practices in Multinational Companies Ningbo, China, 03/09/2019-06/09/2019.
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